2,346 more cubes, still just as dorky
Wouldn't it be cool to watch someone solve a Rubik's Cube? Oh, if the cube in question isn't the typical 3 X 3 X 3 cube, but a super 20 X 20 X 20 cube, wouldn't that be even cooler? Yeah, didn't think so.
For the three people who found that link to be fascinating, here's a heads up. Better bone up on your Rubiking skills and dust off that passport, because the European Rubik's Games Championships is being held in Amsterdam this August 7th and 8th. If you're more of an armchair cuber, you might like to watch a video of someone solving a regular Rubik's Cube in 16.5 seconds (3.6 MB mpg file). And if you're like me, you might just prefer rewinding the video and watching him turn a pristine cube into a mess in 16.5 seconds. Hey, I bet I can beat that record!
The nexus of cubing geekiness can be found in the pages of speedcubing.com.